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“So the studio recording of Ratchet Face is finally finished and available on iTunes and Spotify! For those that have no idea what I’m talking about here’s me performing a 100% live version of Ratchet Face at the Beatbox Battle World Championships.” – Tom Thum.
In celebration of his new album Everybody Looking, Gucci Mane jumps in his “Waybach” and rides out in style. With Mike WiLL Made-It alongside him, he gets chauffeured through East Atlanta in his white Maybach (a gift from his girlfriend Keyshia Ka’oir) while flashing his jewelry and stacks of cash. The fit and now sober rapper also gives us a peek at his lavish Atlanta mansion.
Tommy Cash is putting Estonia on the map with his eccentric fashion and music style, emerging from a predominantly Russian ghetto in the city of Tallinn, to the top of the eastern european charts!
Pokémon Go mania is out of control right now. DJ Asadi’s fans have been harassing him into creating a Pokémon remix of some sort, even though he wasn’t a fan. But he did what was asked and mashed up the opening theme from “Pokémon” with Kent Jones’ “Don’t Mind”. Check it out.
Is this really what rich white people do in their spare time? Not one person there has the balls to roll their eyes and look at her like she lost her f**king mind? They probably put that asian chick in the front and were like “Stand right here, you’re going to love this one”. Jennifer Murphy, founder of Jennifer Murphy Beds and former star of Donald Trump’s Apprentice, is under fire for a cringeworthy and racist video in which she performs a horribly stereotyped “I Want to Be Neenja” song, complete with a bad Asian accent. The only way it could be worse if she pulled at her eyes and yelled “Ching chong!” and then punched the Asian woman in the throat.
The Through The Roof video was directed by Kess Broekman-Dattner and Oh Yeah Wow, the creative powerhouse behind some of the most innovative videos in the country for such artists as Gotye, Bombay Bicycle Club and The Paper Kites. At first glance, the video could be a snapshot of colourful muscle-car culture, but in the plumes of smoke and burning rubber, something otherworldly unfolds.
One of the many beautiful aspects of hip-hop is that tomorrow’s star can look nothing like today’s, and where they come from can be ever-changing. Watch as these legit rappers give their honest opinions of a 16-year-old Asian rapper, Rich Chigga.
In the Video God-directed clip, Guwop throws bills around his crispy clean crib before taking it into his home office with several Gucci clones in tow. In May, Guwop (real name Radric Davis) was released from federal prison and was able to release the new song “Feds” and appear on the star-studded G.O.O.D. Music posse cut “Champions” within his first week of freedom.